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<?php
return [
'models' => [
/*
* When using the "HasPermissions" trait from this package, we need to know which
* Eloquent model should be used to retrieve your permissions. Of course, it
* is often just the "Permission" model but you may use whatever you like.
*
* The model you want to use as a Permission model needs to implement the
* `Spatie\Permission\Contracts\Permission` contract.
*/
'permission' => Spatie\Permission\Models\Permission::class,
/*
* When using the "HasRoles" trait from this package, we need to know which
* Eloquent model should be used to retrieve your roles. Of course, it
* is often just the "Role" model but you may use whatever you like.
*
* The model you want to use as a Role model needs to implement the
* `Spatie\Permission\Contracts\Role` contract.
*/
'role' => Spatie\Permission\Models\Role::class,
],
'table_names' => [
/*
* When using the "HasRoles" trait from this package, we need to know which
* table should be used to retrieve your roles. We have chosen a basic
* default value but you may easily change it to any table you like.
*/
'roles' => 'roles',
/*
* When using the "HasPermissions" trait from this package, we need to know which
* table should be used to retrieve your permissions. We have chosen a basic
* default value but you may easily change it to any table you like.
*/
'permissions' => 'permissions',
/*
* When using the "HasPermissions" trait from this package, we need to know which
* table should be used to retrieve your models permissions. We have chosen a
* basic default value but you may easily change it to any table you like.
*/
'model_has_permissions' => 'model_has_permissions',
/*
* When using the "HasRoles" trait from this package, we need to know which
* table should be used to retrieve your models roles. We have chosen a
* basic default value but you may easily change it to any table you like.
*/
'model_has_roles' => 'model_has_roles',
/*
* When using the "HasRoles" trait from this package, we need to know which
* table should be used to retrieve your roles permissions. We have chosen a
* basic default value but you may easily change it to any table you like.
*/
'role_has_permissions' => 'role_has_permissions',
],
'column_names' => [
/*
* Change this if you want to name the related model primary key other than
* `model_id`.
*
* For example, this would be nice if your primary keys are all UUIDs. In
* that case, name this `model_uuid`.
*/
'model_morph_key' => 'model_id',
],
/*
* When set to true, the required permission/role names are added to the exception
* message. This could be considered an information leak in some contexts, so
* the default setting is false here for optimum safety.
*/
'display_permission_in_exception' => false,
'cache' => [
/*
* By default all permissions are cached for 24 hours to speed up performance.
* When permissions or roles are updated the cache is flushed automatically.
*/
'expiration_time' => \DateInterval::createFromDateString('24 hours'),
/*
* The cache key used to store all permissions.
*/
'key' => 'spatie.permission.cache',
/*
* When checking for a permission against a model by passing a Permission
* instance to the check, this key determines what attribute on the
* Permissions model is used to cache against.
*
* Ideally, this should match your preferred way of checking permissions, eg:
* `$user->can('view-posts')` would be 'name'.
*/
'model_key' => 'name',
/*
* You may optionally indicate a specific cache driver to use for permission and
* role caching using any of the `store` drivers listed in the cache.php config
* file. Using 'default' here means to use the `default` set in cache.php.
*/
'store' => 'default',
],
];
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